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Council On Aging
Hadley Senior Community Center at Hooker School
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Contact:
Senior Services Director
Community Outreach Coordinator
Kathleen Fiske
Office Management Assistant
Address:
46 Middle Street
Hadley, MA  01035
Phone:
413-586-4023
Fax:
413-584-9934
Hours:
Monday - Friday 9:00 A.M. - 4:00 P.M.
Meetings:
The volunteer board meets in the Council on Aging Conference Room on the second Tuesday of each month at 10:30 A.M. except during the months of July and August.
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Council on Aging Members
Name
Title
Term Expiration
Elsie L. Andrews
Member
2015
George E. Ritter
Member
2015
Elizabeth A. Faulkner
Chair
2016
Rita T. Bishko
Member
2014
Glenn E. Clark
Vice Chair
2016
David A. Storey
Secretary
2013
Marguerite A. Wilson
Treasurer
2014
Highland Valley Elder Services
Name
Title
Term Expiration
Elizabeth A. Faulker
Board Representative
09/30/2012
John E. Wright
Board Representative
09/30/2014
AARP Senior Tax Clinic is scheduled for Monday March 17 and April 7, 2014
Please call 586-4023 to make your appointment.
Preference will be given to Hadley Residents over the age of 60.




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Mission
The Council on Aging is a municipally appointed volunteer board authorized under Massachusetts General Laws. Major responsibilities of this Department include setting local policy for the administration of elder programs and services; identifying the total needs of the community's elder population; developing, promoting, and implementing services to meet these needs; serving as an advocate for elders; and educating the community-at-large about these needs and the available resources. Our ultimate goal is to improve the quality of life of Hadley's residents 60 years of age and over and to enable them to remain active and independent within their own community.

The following are the main categories of services offered:
  • General information, referral, and social support
  • Fitness Opportunities
  • Health
  • Social/Recreational
  • Educational
  • Financial and Repair
  • Recognition
  • Transportation

 
 
Town of Hadley, 100 Middle Street, Hadley, MA 01035